Begin a Bachelor of Science degree at Greenville Technical College and finish at USC Upstate thanks to seamless articulation between the two colleges. Complete any of the Engineering Technology programs at Greenville Technical College and move on to your third and fourth years at USC Upstate, taking classes in Spartanburg or at the University Center in Greenville.
Graduates of the Engineering Technology Management program work in a wide variety of roles.
- Remediation Design Technologist
- Quality Control Supervisor
- Civil Design Technologist
- Manufacturing Technologist
- Engineering Technician
- Manufacturing Supervisor
- Project Manager
- Project Site Technician
What you’ll learn
The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management (ETM) provides technical college graduates with additional technical content and an understanding of operations and project management, quality systems, management in a changing environment, decision making, and human resources management techniques that apply to production, research and service organizations. The combination of practical and theoretical knowledge means unmatched credentials in the technical workplace.
Along with traditional students, this program meets the needs of working adults with excellent technical knowledge who lack a bachelor's degree and thus find career advancement options limited. Evening ETM courses and labs are scheduled to allow convenient degree completion options.
Please note this 2+2 baccalaureate degree requires an associate degree in an approved engineering technology area prior to full entry into the program, although some coursework for the degree may be taken at USC Upstate prior to completion of the associate degree.
How to Enroll
If you have finished or will soon complete one of these Greenville Technical College programs, you meet entry requirements for USC Upstate's ETM program: Architectural Engineering Technology, Construction Engineering Technology, Engineering Graphics Technology, Geomatics Technology (surveying), Electrical or Electronics Engineering Technology, computer electronics technology, mechanical engineering technology, or civil engineering technology. Talk to your advisor about the ETM program.